12.22.2012

Punkins Home!

She came home this morning at about 515 am, and I could hear her little meows from outside the back door, all the way up the stairs, and into my sleep. I ran down and rescued her, but all she was interested in was food.

She has a little bit of an eye infection, but I have drops and ointment for that, and I am calling the vet as soon as they open to get a microchip. Ornery little thing she is! I wonder what she does on these grand adventures???

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  1. because she is a gypsie and a very onry little grand kitty... thank God she is home safe and sound

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  2. Thank goodness the little bugger came home. I was about to give you my home phone number just so you could call me when she got back!!!!!

    Damn you escape-artist kitty for giving us a sleepless night. Good idea about the microchip. And yes, I often wonder what the heck they do when they are gone.

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  3. I know this sounds a bit weirdish, but I wonder if they have a microchip with a GPS in it? I'd pay good money for something like that!!

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    1. You would've been one of the first people I would call! I know how you are about the little kitties.

      I already looked into the gps microchip... As of now, they only have them patented for larger animals (like your rapidly growing pup) and the gps collars are to big for little kitties. So no, not weird at all!

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  4. Oh gosh, thank goodness Punkin is home!! Don't you wish she'd just fess up about where she goes? :)

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  5. Whew! She had us all worrying! If she hadn't shown up, I was going to offer you my doxie, Otto. Love the little bugger, but last night he must have had a bad dream. He was doing those funny little jerks and whimpers in his sleep, when suddenly...he peed the bed! Not only did he wet the sheet, but he was sleeping on his back and he peed UP, right into the quilts! That was a first, and it had better be a last. He was highly indignant (or embarrassed), and jumped down to sleep on the floor the rest of the night.

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    1. Oh Granny, I just had to laugh at that story! Then I got all sad because I am sure Otto had to be scared out of wits in order to pee the bed! Poor little Otto... Poor Granny! Hope everything is dry and well!

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    2. If you laughed at that, you should have seen me trying to shampoo the top of my mattress with the big Hoover carpet cleaner! Hey, it worked! All clean and nearly dry. Now I have to go buy a plastic cover for it. You never know, I might be the next one having nightmares and peeing the bed, LOL!

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    3. OMG... that is such a funny story!

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  6. Glad she's home! I've only ever had house cats. Too may dangerous things/people/animals out there! Chips are great, as long as someone finds them...

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    1. Me too! We've only ever had house cats as well, which is wy I get so darn freaked out when she runs away. I am now debating about the chip because it doesn't actually help us find her, it just makes it so that she can be identified. In our neighborhood, it is nothing to see a cat roaming around, so no one ever even pays attention to them enough to take them to the shelter, so I am wondering how useful a chip would actually be...

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  7. very happy to see the kitty back. I would be crushed and mortified...

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